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Fundamentals of sequence stratigraphy

Wolfgang Schlager

Special Publications of SEPM

... water varies in a systematic fashion during a sea-level cycle such that lowstand, transgressive and highstand systems tracts can be distinguished...


Abstract: The Exploration Strategic Potential of Rajang Delta System (Paper P26)

Z. Ibrahim, B. H. Wei, A. Rauf

Geological Society of Malaysia (GSM)

... of the maximum flooding is marked as the most advancing bathyal environment on the paleographic maps. Progradational sequence of Cycle-V marked the sea level drop...


Middle Cretaceous Paleogeography of Utah

Michael H. Gardner, Timothy A. Cross

Rocky Mountain Section (SEPM)

... offlapping stratigraphic sequences is the turnaround point of a long-term base-level cycle, 4.5 m.y. in duration. The next transgression is the end...


Seismic Stratigraphy Interpretation Using Sequence Stratigraphy: Part 1: Seismic Stratigraphy Interpretation Procedure

P. R. Vail

AAPG Special Volumes

... changes of sea level superimposed on longer-term tectonic changes. Systems tracts also provide a seismic target that is thicker than an individual...


Sequence Stratigraphy of the Jurassic-Lowermost Cretaceous of East Greenland (1)


AAPG Bulletin

... was deposited across the whole region. This succession represents another transgressive systems tract formed during a rapid sea level rise reaching...


New Deepwater Interpretation Concepts – Slopes, Sequences and Stacking Patterns of Deepwater Clinoforms

Nick Hoffman, Daniel Palmowski

Indonesian Petroleum Association

... tectonostratigraphy in a similar way that shallow water stacking patterns illustrate eustatic sea level history:- retrogradational stacking reflects basin...


Seismic Stratigraphy Interpretation Using Sequence Stratigraphy: Part 2: Key Definitions of Sequence Stratigraphy

J. C. Van Wagoner, R. M. Mitchum, Jr., H. W. Posamentier, and P. R. Vail

AAPG Special Volumes

... are not meant to imply a unique period of time or position on a cycle of eustatic or relative change of sea level. The actual time of initiation...


Cycle Symmetry and its Causes, Cisco Group (Virgilian and Wolfcampian), Texas

Wan Yang

Journal of Sedimentary Research (SEPM)

...) simulates superimposition of high-frequency sea-level cycles on the rising limb of a low-frequency sea-level cycle; the case of C1 < C2 simulates...


Reservoirs on Platforms Developed Under Small, High Frequency Sea Level Oscillations (Greenhouse Conditions)

J.F. Read

Special Publications of SEPM

... poorly developed even though cycle tops may associated with pulses of Subsidence or long term relative sea level rise. Consequently, years, because...


Three-Dimensional Numerical Modeling of Deltaic Depositional Sequences 1: Influence of the Rate and Magnitude of Sea-Level Change

Bryan D. Ritchie, Rob L. Gawthorpe, Stuart Hardy

Journal of Sedimentary Research (SEPM)

... stratal surfaces and architecture of stratal units (systems tracts) and highlight the importance of the rate and magnitude of sea-level change...


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